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Also viewable on Apple’s trailer site. That’s the UK trailer above, which has April 2013 as the opening date, the US trailer maintains it will have a May 2013 opening. Sooner is better in my book. My initial thoughts are … Continue reading
Disney fans may only know The Rocketeer from the 1991 film starring Billy Campbell, Timothy Dalton, and Jennifer Connolly. Disney had high hopes for a series, but the film failed to ignite at the box office. The movie has developed … Continue reading
When Disney bought Marvel one of the things we fans expected to see was some synergy. It’s happening, but not as you might have expected it. Rather than Marvel appearing in theme parks, although that will happen someday, we’re seeing … Continue reading
I am loathe to recommend any home video, dvd, or blu-ray release without at least a few decent special features. The 20th Anniversary Edition of The Rocketeer just barely qualifies as it has only one special feature, a not very … Continue reading